IDAHO – The U.S. Forest Service has acquired a 368-acre ranch property in the Stanley Basin, along with instream water rights in a creek that provides habitat for Chinook salmon and steelhead. Source: Sawtooth National Forest grows by 368 acres
…But a new county report finds that while Clark County benefits from the free technical assistance and land management services provided by the [Clark Conservation] district, the agency will go bust by the end of the year unless its funding structure is changed. Source: Clark Conservation District’s financial […]
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WASHINGTON – Members of the Board of County Councilors voted against a proposed ordinance that would have established a system of rates and charges to help provide a stable source of funding for the Clark Conservation District. Source: http://www.clarkcountytoday.com/news/conservation-funding-ordinance-fails/
A local agency that assists landowners and farmers with conservation efforts faces an uncertain future and may reduce services after the Clark County council declined to approve new fees that would fund it. Source: County denies new fees for conservation district